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Daily Camera Football: Big Ten pulls plug on fall football amid COVID-19 concerns

The Big Ten won't be playing football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19.

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Pac-12 Conference Postpones All Sports Until January 1

“The decision to postpone [competition] was not made in haste. … [The health and safety of our student-athletes have] always been and will remain our top priority. … We cannot let this time in history derail all of the incredible work and progress that we have been able to achieve ...” - Rick George

The Pac-12 Conference CEO group of presidents and chancellors voted unanimously on Tuesday to postpone all fall sports seasons, as well as the start of winter sports seasons, until January 1 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ralphie Report: Breaking: Pac-12 cancels 2020 football season

Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports *sad trombone* It felt inevitable, but the news is still shocking: the Pac-12 has canceled the 2020 college football season. The conference met virtually Tuesday to discuss an emerging emergency and ultimately decided to cancel the fall season. The conference hopes to attempt to play in the spring. Update on the 2020-21 Pac-12 season... Click the link...

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by Sam Metivier
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Daily Camera Football: Reports: Pac-12 cancels fall football season

Karl Dorrell’s first season as Colorado head football coach will have to wait. Following the lead of the Big Ten, the Pac-12 Conference on Tuesday announced it has canceled the fall sports season because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports. The Big Ten was the first Power 5 conference to announce a cancellation […]

Brian Howell
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Ralphie Report: CU Hall of Famer Carroll Hardy dead at 87

Denver Post via Getty Images Hardy leaves a legacy of an outstanding one-of-a-kind athlete at CU Former Colorado Buffaloes legend Carroll Hardy passed away due to complication with dementia on Sunday. He was 87. A three-sport athlete in football, track and baseball, Hardy was the epitome a true student-athlete in the early 1950’s. He earned an honorable for All-American in 1953 and...

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by Jeff Hauser
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